b. 17 November 1926, England. This popular ballad singer enjoyed several UK hits in the late '50s. After becoming a semi-professional with the dance bands of Sidney Lipton and Nat Temple, he turned full-time professional in 1950, and appeared frequently on radio and television programmes such as the JACK JACKSON SHOWand OFF THE RECORD. In 1958, he just beat Perry Como to the UK chart with his version of I May Never Pass This Way Again. Later that year, however, his More Than Ever (Come Prima) was kept out of the Top 10 by Malcolm Vaughan. Earl's last hit was Wonderful Secret Of Love, in 1959. During the '60s, he retained a small but faithful audience. Subsequently, Earl's occasional releases, such as ROBERT EARL SHOWCASE and SHALOM, often featured Jewish favourites, including Yaas, My Son, My Son and Mom-e-le. Favourably reviewed in a London cabaret appearance in 1991 the ‘veteran song stylist’ maintained the Hebrew connection by including If I Was A Rich Man from Fiddler On The Roof, among a selection of other nostalgic items. Earl's son, also named Robert, is listed amongst the UK's Top 100 richest people. In his early '40s, he heads the Hard Rock Cafe chain, and co-owns Planet Hollywood, ‘New York's newest eating experience’, along with Bruce Willis, Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger.
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